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Vagninn gengur á 20 mínútna fresti.The bus runs every 20 minutes.
hafa vald til e-sto have the authority to do sth.
hafato have
öreigi {k}have-not
eigato have got
hafato have got
skyldueign {kv}must-have
skuluto have to
Hefur þú ...?Do you have ... ?
þurfa to have to
vera andfúllto have bad breath
halda boðto have a party
fæða barnto have a baby
verða [um skyldu]to have to
fara í lautarferðto (have a) picnic
sér sætito have a seat
hafa brún auguto have brown eyes
Eigðu góða nótt.Have a good night.
vera kjaftforto have a big mouth [coll.]
hafa e-ð tilto have sth. available
eiga e-ð tilto have sth. available
[þú] mátt ekkiyou don't have to
Ertu með öryggishólf?Do you have a safe?
vilja e-ðto want to have sth.
koma hart niðurto have a hard fall
Ég er háttaður.I have gone to bed.
ætlast e-ð fyrirto have sth. in mind
Þú verður fara.You will have to go.
Unverified hafa ofan í sighave enough to eat
Unverified hafa e-ð einhvers staðarto have sth. somewhere
hafa e-ð fyrir stafnito have sth. to do
Hvað áttu mikla peninga?How much money do you have?
Þú verður gera þetta.You have to do this.
hafa e-ð í hugato have sth. in mind
Er laust herbergi hér?Do you have a room available?
Unverified hafa e-ð hjá sérto have sth. at hand
Unverified hafa e-ð við sigto have a certain charm
koma hart niður barnito have a difficult birth
ganga fyrir e-nto have an audience with sb.
hafa í sig og áto have enough to live on
luma á e-uto have sth. up one's sleeve
hafa yfir e-m segjato have authority over sb.
eiga tilkall til e-sto have a claim to sth.
hafa e-ð fyrir stafnito have sth. to work on
Hefur nokkur hringt til mín?Have there been any calls for me?
vera með húfuna öfugato have one's cap back to front
Áttu ögn af sykri?Do you have a little bit of sugar?
Mér segir þungt hugur um það.I have dark forebodings about that.
hafa e-ð til umráðato have sth. at one's disposal
hafa nasasjón af e-uto have a superficial knowledge of sth.
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